Barn Stradling from Edward II and the Red Hot Polkas was my bass player for a long time, also in the Chipolata 5 which messed around with traditional tunes and dub effects on their self-released album "Skinless". Tristan Glover, their box player, was in a band called Bits of Kids in the eighties which did the same-there was even a bit of white-boy toasting which was fun when you were fifteen! There are a few reggae/dub influences thanks to Barn on my earlier recordings..."Billy Boy" being the best example.
Away from my own trumpet, Adrian Sherwood produced Ian King's album this year "Panic Grass and Fever Few" which has been quite well received. The production is excellent, and some of it works brilliantly. I've always thought that the laid-back nature of southern English music worked well with dub in particular.